Spring training is all about optimism, and Mets owner Fred Wilpon delivered a large dose of it Wednesday in Port St. Lucie.
They thought the fallout from Madoff was bad? What if a rostered lunkhead got caught in their gaming hall?
Baseball and blackjack? The owners of the Mets were all in on a 2011 proposal for a casino next to Citi Field, only to be rejected by the Bloomberg administration, according to the New York Post.
According to the New York Post, owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz have refinanced $450 million in loans that were borrowed against SportsNet New York, the cable network which airs the vast majority of Mets game throughout the season.
Which owner is less competent — Woody Johnson or Fred Wilpon?
The Mets have no money, but do they have no future?
In the third part of the 25th anniversary show, President and Chief Executive Officer of CBS Radio Dan Mason joined the program alongside Don Bouloukos, a Senior Vice President for CBS Radio.
Talk about a rosy outlook. McCann has “struck a $20 million deal” to become part-owner of the Mets, according to the New York Post.
Willets Point in Queens is best known for the Mets’ home stadium and — well, not much else. But it seems that’s due to change.
Two World Series titles and nearly 50 years later, the Midsummer Classic is coming back to Queens.
Today Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ was focused around a caller, a bird brain & Fred Wilpon…
Now that their financial future is sorted, the New York Mets can turn most of their attention back to the ballclub on the field. Good thing, too, because an awful lot of work lies ahead.
A last-minute deal ended a lawsuit that could have cost ownership control of the Mets. It was a $162 million settlement over claims the owners wrongly profited from the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme.
The Wilpon/Katz group claimed a big victory in court today when they reached an overwhelmingly positive settlement. Steve Kallas explains it all…
The trustee recovering money for investors swindled by Bernard Madoff may need a perfect pitch to a jury Monday to force the New York Mets owners to pay up to $303 million.